The Sundial

Proposed new lighting system could save energy, costs

Daniel Williams

September 19, 2007

A plan is currently in the works to remotely control campus lighting using power lines already in two parking structures to save energy and costs. The cost of installing remotes into the B3 and B5 parking structures would be more than $110,000. The money saved from the retrofit lighting would be more t...

A.S. Senate approves increased funding for clubs

Nicole Wilcox

September 19, 2007

The proposed funding for the CSUN Model United Nations Club was increased and approved at the Associated Students Senate meeting on Tuesday. The finance committee proposed that $2,200 be allocated from the Unallocated Reserves Account for the American West MUN Conference that'll be held Nov. 17-20 in ...

Leave O.J. out of the news

William Kammer

September 19, 2007

We have O. J. Simpson in the news again, and it's starting to become irritating. I can't stand turning on the TV and seeing Simpson everywhere. He already distracted the country for long enough with his murder trial 13 years ago. We don't need any more O. J. right now. I think we've had our fill for a ...

Letter to the editor

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September 19, 2007

Dear Editor, As a CSUN alumnus, I remember being a student under former President Blenda Wilson's administration. Prior to transferring to CSUN, I was a student at CSU, Sacramento, under then Provost Jolene Koester. Many students at CSUN now don't remember this campus the way it was just following the earth...

Professors, students speak out about U.S. Constitution

Daniel Williams

September 19, 2007

CSUN held an event to celebrate and discuss Constitution Day at the Sierra Center on Saturday to help inform people about the U.S. Constitution. Among those in attendance who were asked to devote more thought to the purpose of the Constitution were CSUN students, faculty members and instructors from othe...

Staff Editorial

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September 19, 2007

The following is an opinion discussed with and agreed to by the editorial staff of the Daily Sundial. The majority of the staff agrees with what's written here and believes that it's a topic worthy of public discussion. Any responses to this editorial can be sent to the opinion editor at opinion@csun.edu. Today the...

CSUN defeated by sixth-ranked UCLA

Brandon Der Avanessian

September 19, 2007

The Cal State Northridge women's soccer team lost to the sixth-ranked UCLA Bruins on Sunday at Matador Soccer Field, despite a strong and improved effort that has the players and coaching staff looking up. The Bruins got things started at the 28:51 mark of the first half when sophomore defender Lauren Wi...

Matadors win in Vegas, Guppy gets 16th shutout

Ivan Yeo

September 19, 2007

The CSUN men's soccer team did something few have been able to do for a long time - win in Las Vegas. The Matadors won both of their games at the UNLV Adidas Classic over the weekend, defeating Cleveland State 2-0 on Friday evening and following that effort by winning against the host Runnin Rebels 1-...

CSU Board of Trustees to vote on executive pay raises

Iman Jafarynejad

September 18, 2007

It's the first week of school and students are frantically running to classes in which they're not registered, trying to avoid a six-year-long college career. They hesitantly ask if they can add the class. The professor answers, "No problem." Although this is a hypothetical situation, it's one way C...

CSSA votes to oppose pay raises for CSU executives

Megan McFadden

September 18, 2007

California State University student leaders debated on increasing executive compensation, student tuition and other student issues at the California State Student Association (CSSA) conference on Saturday and Sunday hosted by San Diego State University. The CSSA Board of Directors voted to oppose a ...

Letter to the editor

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September 18, 2007

Dear Terrorist Extremists, I must apologize for the way my country has acted toward you in the course of the past few decades. We never quite used the amount of lethal force we should have when dealing with you. As a result, things have been getting way out of hand. I just wanted to let you know tha...

CSUN goes winless over weekend at USD tourney

Debby von Winckelmann

September 18, 2007

The women's volleyball team closed out its pre-conference tournament schedule without a win in three matches at the USD Tournament at Jenny Craig Pavilion in San Diego this past weekend. CSUN was swept by UCLA, USD and Pittsburgh in the tournament and dropped to a 3-9 record. Head coach Jeff Stork...

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